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in september. nancy cordes is in los angeles. a hospital that wants to make house calls. >> take a deep breath n and hout. >> jeff: good for patients and the bottom line. then the man about to jump from 23 miles up. a freefall to break the sound barrier. >> this step not unknown that is why i'm nervous. captioning sponsored by cbs this is the "cbs evening news." >> jeff: good evening, everyone, i'm jeff glor. the price of gas in california set another all-time high overnight. the state average at $4.66 cents a gallon breaking the old record set just yesterday. the national average now a full 85 cents less. with more on why this rise continues and what happens next, here's john blackstone. >> reporter: for california drivers sunday brought yet another jump in gas prices. the statewide average up a nickel overnight to almost $4.66 a gallon. it has happened every day for the past week. >> i can't pay all these big prices. >> reporter: drivers say they've never seen anything like it. and jeffrey spring of aaa says they're right. >> in a week it's gone up about 52 cents that is unprecedented. >> re
wheeling its way through streets of los angeles to its final home at the california science center. these pictures have been captivating all of us, including our john zarrella, who is somewhere along the route there. john, good morning. this is quite a task, right? they had some pretty tight clearance in some areas getting this thing around. >> oh yeah, they're not done with those tight clearances yet either, randi. we're about halfway between where it started at l.a.x. and the california science center. so endeavor sitting here behind us now outside the old forum where the los angeles lakers used to play. they're a little bit ahead of schedule and i want to bring in stephanie stillson, who works for nasa and has been responsible for preparing all of the shuttle orbiters for their retirement. stephanie, an amazing sight, but you have to be a little bit concerned when you know the narrow clearances that randi was just talking about. >> absolutely. but the self-propelled motorized transports that they're using can move precisely. so it should be able to crab around the trees and thin
of los angeles on its final mission. ben tracy takes us along for the ride. captioning sponsored by cbs this is the "cbs evening news." >> axelrod: good evening. i'm jim axelrod. in 24 days, americans will elect a president. according to the latest national gallup poll, mitt romney now leads barack obama by two points, 49 to 47, a statistical dead heat. the state of the race has been shaken up in the last 10 days since the first presidential debate. look at florida, ape crucial state for both men. a poll by two of the state's largest newspapers has governor romney up by seven points, 51 to 44. that's an eight-point swing since september when the president led by one. this creates more pressure for both candidates heading into their second debate on tuesday in new york. let's bring in correspondent nancy cordes with the president in williamsburg, virginia, where he's preparing. nancy, good evening. >> reporter: good evening to you, jim. and polls taken this week also show governor romney pulling even in colorado and virginia. so the obama campaign has cleared the president's schedule the
, crawling very slow through the streets of downtown los angeles. now, the retired space shuttle "endeavour" heading for its final destination, you're looking at live pictures there. we'll check the progress from los angeles in a moment. and you can follow along as it moves through l.a., see the little window in the screen there? there it is right there, that is a live picture, we'll keep it up here for you all afternoon. >>> and syrian rebels fighting against the regime of assad, declare a victory, they say they shot down aircraft, there was no let-up in the violence as the opposition said 110 people were killed across syria today. >>> and a suicide bomb tearing across a busy market in northwest pakistan today. at least 17 killed, 38 others wounded. officials suspect that the target was a nearby building serving as a base for anti-taliban fighters, the explosion in the busiest time of day in the market. >>> and police in denver say somebody fired a single shot friday into an obama campaign office. no one was hurt, but people were inside the office at the time. nobody got a look at the susp
the space shuttle rolled by today in los angeles. after 25 trips into space, the shuttle is heading to retirement and here's bill whitaker. >> reporter: just before midnight los angeles got the first glimpse of something never seen before: a 78-ton spaceship, five stories tall, 78-foot swing span moving majestically through dense city streets. it was a dramatic entrance fit for hollywood. >> gave me goose bumps. >> reporter: project manager ken carrion is responsible for getting "endeavour" through the streets of l.a. >> i had no idea how the community would be coming together. it's just so special. >> reporter: it has been a remarkable journey for the "endeavour", from outer space to inner city. this might not be its riskiest mission, but possibly its most complicated. its 12-mile trek at two miles an hour goes over freeways, down boulevards, through neighborhoods, almost 400 trees were cut down to make way. 2,700 metal plates laid down to strengthen roadways. power lines were lifted, stoplights removed. so it's like an obstacle course. >> it is an obstacle course, yeah. >> reporte
of 2 miles an hour. and witness to all of this, john zarrella in los angeles. is that the -- look how cool that is. right behind you. you're on the route. not only on the route. was going to say, where is the shuttle now? there it is. >> reporter: hey, don. you know, it's funny. i've seen "endeavour" and all the other vehicles, shuttles take off. i've seen them land. i've been inside "endeavour." but you could never have told me in a million years that i would be standing on the streets of los angeles with the shuttle sitting in a parking lot behind me. that's what it's doing right now, and will be for the next nine hours. it actually left the los angeles international airport about three hours ago. it's only gone about a mile and a half to get here, two miles. and literally what they did is they had time to kill, is the way they're putting it. because they don't want to be trying to move it during rush hour in los angeles and they wanted to get it out of the airport before rush hour. they're sitting it here for nine hours. they're going to move some lights and some overhanging power
"endeavour" is on the move in los angeles at 2 miles an hour. man. flying through l.a., right? it's on the first leg of its 12-mile journey to the california science center. the trip is expected to wrap up tomorr tomorrow. we'll be taking you there live a little later on this hour. >>> let's go back to politics now. both sides are claiming victory after last night's vice presidential debate. with all the comments about smirks, smiles, snarky remarks, there was actually some substance, like this exchange on abortion. >> with respect to abortion, the democratic party used to say they want it to be safe, legal and rare. now they support it without restriction and with taxpayer fund i funding. taxpayer funding in obamacare, taxpayer funding in foreign aid. the president himself went to china and said he sympathized or wouldn't second guess that their one-child policy of forced abortions and sterilizations. that, to me, is pretty extreme. >> with regard to abortion, i accept my opponent's position on abortion, life begins conception. i accept it in my personal life. i refuse to impose
we will drill down on the facts. >>> and the space shuttle "endeavour" is on the move in los angeles. we're going to go live to the streets of l.a. that is straight ahead for you. good morning. welcome to "early start." happy you're with us this morni morning. >> it is 5:00 a.m. in the east. >> you are working overtime. so up first here, paul ryan and joe biden battling it out in the bluegrass state, and unlike last week's presidential debate, this one had a little bit of fire. the vice president coming out swinging, ryan keeping cool and counterpunching. >> so let's go to the score cards. the cnn orc poll taken right after the debate showed 48% of the voters who watched thought paul ryan won. 44% favored joe biden. that's basically a statistical draw. senior congressional correspondent dana bash is live from danville, kentucky this morning, and dana, this was a much more spirited debate this time around, a debate with a capital "d." >> reporter: oh, it sure was. i was in the hall last night, and it was rocking and rolling from the beginning. pretty much right through the entire 90 m
-free america and was awarded the presidential medal of freedom. the word from los angeles today, seth macfarlane will host this year's oscars, a master of all voices, says his goal is to channel the great hosts of the past, like bob hope and johnnie carson. >>> up next, an update on a little girl who >>> finally here tonight we asked our team in afghanistan this week to check in on some friends of ours. they don't have parents of their own, but they do have a close family all around them. in kabul, of all places. and when we first aired their story, you responded in a big way, donating hundreds of thousands of dollars to these kids, and the woman who is making a difference in their lives. we first met the girls of the orphanage three years ago. oh, you want me to put on your glasses, and you're going to put on my glasses. how do we look? they were just being girls. but just the same, their life took place inside an orphanage in afghanistan. we met and got to know the woman who runs the place andaja ferree. today we're happy to report all of the children are thriving. for one, the girl
los angeles. it traveled just 19 kilometers. in that time, it will now be a permanent exhibit capitola california science center. the biggest obstacles on the journey turned out to be the trees and overhanging cables. the average speed when it was moving was just 3 kilometers per hour. it could actually reach 17,000 kilometers normally. you're watching gmt from bbc world news. these are the headlines. a 14-year-old schoolgirl sent by a taliban in northwest pakistan is under way to britain for medical treatment. a peace deal has been signed in the philippines in the hope of ending a long-running muslim insurgency. business news with aaron. another painful day for portugal. >> lisbon is bracing itself for street protests outside the parliament building today. thousands are expected to gather over the the 2013 budget. some of the hardest test measures ever introduced critics some of the harshest measures ever introduced by the portuguese government. they have to do this as part of the $100 billion bailout that the country receive the last year. in terms of, the tax of the finance minister
the homicides all took place fear his family hangouts around los angeles and they trying to get their hands on a series of audio tapes from 1969 that they believe could provide more clues, coming from this guy, a man son follower, who, too, is serving a life sentence, tex watson. what do we know of the tapes, trace? >>trace: hours of conversations that he had with his attorney back in 1969. he was very forthcoming about his involvement with charles manson and at the least, police believe they can get a better understanding and more insight about what the man son family was doing at the time of the killing. a judge first said the los angeles police department could have the tapes but watson appealed and now it is tied up in courts. whatever is on the tapes be the man who covered this back in the day, he says he thinks there is more to the story. >> i am not at all surprised this could be more murders. we all suspected it at the time, where is the rest of this? we did not believe this just happened one time. >>trace: charles manson believed they would be blamed on black militants and that wou
. this three-bedroom, two-bathroom house in a los angeles suburb has only been on the market for a couple of hours and already, take a look at this. dozens of realtors have stopped by to scope out this property for their hungry clients. so, what's behind this sudden crush? fewer houses for sale. compared to just a year ago, foreclosures are down that 16%. the last time the numbers were this low was before the recession hit. those days of all those cheap homes driving down prices are ending. >> we've clearly hit the bottom, and i think that's what everybody has been waiting for. >> reporter: but there's still a long way to go. many aren't moving because they owe too much on their mortgage and can't afford to sell at these prices. six years ago, the median home price was about $230,000. today, it's just above $187,000. whether oneita parker wins this bidding war or not -- are you going to put a bid on this one? >> most likely, yeah. >> reporter: her eagerness to buy is a good sign for homeowners everywhere. cecilia vega, abc news, los angeles. >>> and now, we have a surprising warning about
, abc news, los angeles. >>> and now, a surprising warning about a staple in a lot of american homes. kellogg's mini-wheats. nearly 3 million boxes being recalled tonight because of metal, tiny bits of metal, in the cereal. the recall including both unfrosted mini-wheats and the original frosted version. kellogg's blames the problem at one of their manufacturing plants. you can go to abcnews.com for all the details. >>> and there is something new tonight in the ongoing story of that meningitis outbreak. the cases are not just growing, but leaping. 170 cases now in 11 states, at least 14 people have died and 13,000 people are at risk. most of the infections, still traced to steroid shots for back pain. all manufactured at that one plant in massachusetts. but today, the cdc warned they are looking at the possibility that steroid shots for pain in the joints in knees and shoulders, could also be putting patients at risk. sympt symptoms, by the way, appear up to six weeks after an infection, so, the patients who have had those injections are still a month away from knowing they are out o
at los angeles international airport back in court for a detention hearing. tonight, will a judge let him go or keep him locked up. >> and illegal bomb stash goes up in smoke. >> shepard: but first from fox this friday night the white house now says vice president joe biden was speaking only for himself and president obama. when the vp said we did not know diplomats in libya asked for more security there. the vice president made the comment last night at his debate with congressman paul ryan. >> we weren't told they wanted more security there. we did not know they wanted more security there. >> shepard: earlier this week state department officials told congress they repeatedly requested more protection long before the attack on the consulate in benghazi. that attack, of course, killed the u.s. ambassador to libya and three other americans. today, governor mitt romney accused the vice president of, quote: doubling down on denial. >> when the vice president of the united states directly contradicts the sworn testimony of state department officials, american citizens have a right to know ju
's start right there in los angeles with the shuttle endeavor. it has been on the move for most of the morning, but it still has a long way to go. a long way if you happen to be trying to move an 85-on the space shuttle. john zarrella is live with us watching it all go by. john, good morning. tell us just how slow is this thing actually going? >> reporter: well, i think it's funny because in orbit, it goes 17,500 miles an hour, and on the streets of los angeles, its top speed has been about 2 miles an hour. so this is certainly the slowest the shuttle has probably ever gone and it's one of shortest trips it's ever made, a total of 12 miles from l.a.x. where it left yesterday to the california science center, which will be its new and final home. they are about halfway home now. we can see from some of the live pictures we have out there now. they're about four blocks from where we are just off of manchester, and this is one of the areas where they expect that about 5,000 people will be gathering here as the shuttle goes by. this is the old forum arena here where the los angeles
across los angeles with unforeseen obstacles. >> over 100 people are hurt after a fireworks display goes wrong in china. one of the fireworks shoots into the crowd. >> the detroit tigers have come to yankee stadium and taken the first two. >> the cardinals take game one. >> all that. >> i come in around 6:30 and say the opposite of whatever rachel maddox says the night before and that usually works. >> i'm going ring the bell here. >> on cbs "this morning". >> it's not an early halloween party. it's new york's comic-con. >> it's a great place to find it's new york's comic-con. >> it's a great place to find out what batman would look like. captioning funded by cbs welcome to cbs "this morning". i'm charlie rose in new york. nod is in washington. president obama and mitt romney have quit campaigning they are too busy preparing for tomorrow's second presidential debate. >> a new politico george washington washington university battleground poll shows obama leading romney by one-point. the race is tied. nancy cordes is here. good morning. >> reporter: good morning to you, norah. they want a
. yonda harris was stopped in los angeles last week. it was ruled he was a flight risk. he had checked in bags containing body bags, a smoke grenade and a biohazard suit. >> a judge will decide if a north bay teen will stand trial for attempted murder and car theft. he is now 18 but he was 17 when he was charged with the felonies. he is a accused of attempted murder in a drive by shooting. >> there is a new memorial in concord to honor a father and daughter struck and killed by an suv in april. a tree was planted near a memorial bench honoring the 41 -year-old and his 9-year-old daughter. a 17-year-old driver of the suv pleaded guilty to manslaughter with gross negligence and reckless driving. his sentencing is in ten days. >>> the bay area woman injured when a pickup truck drove up onto a sidewalk is making progress in her recovery. she was injured on september 8th. her mother-in-law sherri hicks died in the accident. she had serious injuries but is reportedly making significant strides in her recovery. her husband is documenting her trip back to health on the website caring bridg
and killing two brothers in los angeles in 1999. two years later, prosecutors say smitt kidnapped and -- smith kidnapped and killed another man in los angeles. he's already been tried for beating a man along a desert highway. the jury deadlocked in that case. he will be tried on all four charges in a single trial. >>> it took a long time but the space shuttle "endeavour" is now parked at its new home. bob decastro is live in los angeles at exposition park. and bob, the shuttle fine lip rolled to a stop yesterday afternoon, right this. >> reporter: everybody just kind of exhaling here. you said a long time. but this was 17 hours late. it actually exended up being this extended party for us here in los angeles. i'm gonna show it to you because the shuttle walk was rolled right into that pavilion. a lot of activity here this morning because they are working feverishly to try to finish up this pavilion. they are gonna close this off. this will be part of a whole interactive museum. it's just a temporary home because any are building a wing to the california science fent -- california science cente
in the pacific northwest. morning rain, thunderstorms in los angeles, vegas, and albuquerque. severe storms, chance of tornados around wichita, oklahoma city. >>> summerlike in the south. 80s from dallas to atlanta. midwest and northeast are cold and windy. they'll be in the 50s. mostly 70s in the rockies. >>> well, some might say he has the face only a mother could love. the only problem with that, he's an orphan. >> but this baby walrus would not be alone. the 15-year-old named minnick. did i say that right? he was rescued off the coast of alaska, nursed back to health. now the new york aquarium in brooklyn taking him in. baby mitchic will get used to surroundings and then become part of the aquarium walrus exhibit next spring. very nice mustache. >> have to go see that. almost as good as yours, you don't have one. >> you let me know how the trip is. >>> coming up, surprising news in "the skinny." whitney houston's daughter bobbi kristina makes an announcement that will raise eyebrows. >>> big progress on the economic front. looks like the housing market is starting to boun
calls the report a witch hunt. >>> people in los angeles are used to seeing big stars on the streets, but today they have one of the biggest ever hanging around town. how big? well, let's try 85 tons. it is the space shuttle "endeavour." the shuttle is being moved through the streets today to its new home at the california science center. just a couple of hours ago, they had to take the shuttle off its big rig and pulled by a pickup truck over the 405 freeways. highway officials were afraid it might collapse the bridge. but the shuttle made it across without any problem. now it is moving through neighborhood towards in new home. people have plenty of time to take pictures because it will probably take around until midnight tonight to actually get there. >> just sitting at a red loilig near the station. >>> no photo, no vote. that's the law in a lot of states, but that has not ended the debate. we're focusing on voter i.d.s this morning and we have both sides of the argument. with the spark cash card from capital one, olaf's pizza palace gets the most rewards of any small business cre
the two-bedroom home in los angeles and plan to fix it up and sell it fast, making a $50,000 profit. >> so this is the hallway that leads to the bathroom and two bedrooms over there. >> reporter: this was the bathroom. >> yes. >> reporter: was. four months ago this was the living room, the dining room. you can see the house is under construction, just gutted. in a matter of two months it will be on the market and ready for sale. flipping homes helped fuel the real estate bubble and made for tv gold. remember all the shows -- from "flip this house." to "flip that house." >> one, two, three. let's get paid. >> reporter: today around the country there are 25% more homes being flipped than last year. and sellers are walking away with an average profit of $29,000. of the houses that you're selling, how many would you say are houses being flipped? >> between like 25% and 40%. >> reporter: wow. in this new generation of house flippers, many greedy speculators are being replaced by conscientious buyers. >> flippers are savvy. >> reporter: home sales may be on the rebound, but there's still more wo
the world, i'm scott pelley in los angeles. good night. captioning sponsored by >>> this is 9 news now. >> our washington nationals have seem to have had everything they needed to motivate a victory today, a record crowd of more than 45,000 packed in the nats park and add to that, this was the very first baseball playoff game in d.c. in almost eight decades. however, none of that mattered once they actually started play baseball and all those fans had to go home disappointed. kristen berset is live at nats park with the highlights or in this case the low lights. kristen. >> reporter: that's right, derek. all that history information is great, but it's not going to be worth anything if they can't get past this first series. record crowd today only to see their nats get stomped once again for the third
to that museum, "endeavor," live going through the streets of los angeles. >>> other news now. more trouble for lance armstrong. london's "sunday times" is considering a lawsuit against the seven-time tour de france winner. the newspaper might pursue him for fraud because of the evidence released by the u.s. anti-doping agency this week. cnn's anderson cooper spoke with a former teammate who said the team's doping program was all about lance. >> the first time i ever blood doped was with lance and it was certainly for lance, basically. you know, it was -- i blood doped myself, you know. it was done by the team, but it was done for the tour de france. so i could be a good teammate for lance armstrong. yeah, i mean, a lot of the -- you know, he wanted you to be riding at your best when in the biggest races and for lance, it was all about winning the tour de france. >> with the fallout from that report isn't over yet. matt white stepping down from his job as sports director for an australian team after admitting to doping while riding with armstrong's team. >>> you have seen protests before, b
. two months ago in los angeles, a 100-year-old driver hit a group of school children. >> these serve as wakeup calls, not just for older drivers, but for their families to have the conversation and plan ahead. >> reporter: joan johnson's family is beginning to have that conversation. >> you don't want to be the person that takes away someone's freedom and independence. >> reporter: their grandmother remains determined to drive well into her golden years. >> i'm glad they're concerned, i'm glad to know that they care. >> reporter: she's now willing to listen when her family and doctors say, it's time to talk. miguel almaguer, nbc news, san diego. >>> when we come back in a moment, what a new study says about an established way of losing weight. >>> some big shifts to report in the religion of americans, specifically the rise of what pollsters call the nuns, not the catholic kind it's spelled none. it means the people who when asked about their religion check the box that says none. while americans are still religious and plenty spiritual, a record number one fifth of us are not affili
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. mourk -- mostly cloudy in dallas, 4e and a few thunderstorms in los angeles, 69 degrees. let's check your national forecast. northeast and mid-atlantic states will be mainly dry and cool. temperatures will stay below average across the northern plains. most of the south will be sunny, warm and dry, showers and thunderstorms are possible in the southwest. >>> in sports this morning, baseball post-season drama goes deep. the a's trying to avoid elimination. oakland trailing by two in the bottom of the ninth. jeff smith doubles in the tying run. coco crisp ends it, single to right. the a's win this one 4-3. oakland ties up the series at two games apiece. an ending fitting for broadway in the bronx, bottom of the ninth yankees trailing. raul pinch-hitting for the alex rodriguez. he ties it up with a solo homer. he does it again. walk off upper deck shot wins it for the yankees 3-2. new york leads baltimore two games to one. >>> in the national league the giants jump out on the reds early, angel hits a lead off homer. blanco hits another home run in the second inning. san francisco wins t
to "cbs this morning." i'm charlie rose in los angeles. norah o'donnell is in new york. new poles show the race between president obama and governor mitt romney is getting tighter. a new quinnipiac "new york times" poll of likely voters in three crucial swing states has come out. >> in that poll romney had a mild lead. it was the president who led by a point. in wisconsin mr. obama's lead is three points. he had been up six in that state. however, in virginia the president has increased his lead to five points. that's up one from the previous poll. and tonight the focus will be on the vice presidential candidates as they face off in their only debate. jan crawford is at the debate site in danville, kentucky. jan, good morning. >> good morning, nora. romney is really gaining ground in our polls because of his debate performance last week. now the pressure is on biden to try to stop some of that momentum or at least to change the subject. appearing positive but all business, paul ryan arrived late wednesday in kentucky to crowds of well wishers. earlier in the day ryan took a break from
several hours behind schedule. but tonight after a 12-mile slow speed journey through los angeles, the space shuttle "endeavour" has reached it's final destination at the california science center. >>> and finally tonight, what are we to make of daredevil felix baumgartner's free fall from space. >> reporter: felix baumgartner isn't the first daredevil to command a day's headlines and front pages with a stunt that seems unbelievable and he surely won't be the last. but will you remember his name a year from now? a month? next week? if you remember so many of history's other daredevils, the wire walker that crossed between the twin towers. the human spider-man who scaled the sears tower. a few career daredevils have managed to become cultural touch stones, but for the most part, a can you believe that stunt is exactly that, a stunt, however difficult or improbable or dangerous. that's why the men and women who pull them off are so often seen as daredevils in search of fame. think of the crowds who have lined the streets of l.a. for parts of three days now just to see and be near th
to cbs "this morning." i'm nod and charlie rose is in los angeles. >> unfortunately i couldn't see the game but seeing those two home runs makes you question anybody who says baseball can't be exciting. >> that's right. very exciting. lots of news this morning. first the pakistani taliban says it's not done with the 14-year-old girl that it tried to gill. but this morning governments and ordinary citizens around the world are standing up for her and for her fight to get girls education. the local government is offering a $104,000 award for information leading to her attackers but she does remain in critical condition. mark phillips is in london with her story. good morning. >> reporter: the latest medical bulletin on malala yousufzai's condition is she's still critical, still unconscious, and still on a ventilator and doctors removed a bullet lodged near her spine and moving her to another hospital with better critical care facilities. >> chances are for several days. fairly good chances. >> reporter: it's been two days since the taliban in pakistan tried to kill malala yousufzai.
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. temperatures are above average in los angeles, only 20 degrees expected. up towards the north, chilly in winnipeg with a high of only 7. and below average along the eastern seaboard but hotter than average in the south. 29 degrees expected. i should say 28 degrees in oklahoma city and 31 in houston. all right. finally let's go over to europe. thick clouds are approaching western europe from the atlantic. right now thunderstorms gusty winds and lots of heavy rain are occurring in iceland in part of the british isles where wet and windy conditions will then spread through parts of the south italy over the next 24 hours. out east rainshowers in northwestern russia will be decreasing from your afternoon hours. but the next storm system is on its way from turkey. temperatures out looking like this. 9 degrees expected in moscow with rain, sunny skies, for stockholm with a high of 8 degrees. out toward the west, 18 in paris and 23 in madrid and rain in lisbon with a high of 23. that's it for me now. here's your extended forecast. >>> and that is all for now in this edition of "newsline." tha
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